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Areas of Expertise


Hypno analysis and suggestion therapy are two types of hypnotherapy that can help people with various issues. Hypno analysis is a technique that uses hypnosis to explore the root causes of a problem, such as a traumatic event or a negative belief, and to resolve them. Suggestion therapy is a technique that uses hypnosis to give positive suggestions to the subconscious mind, such as affirmations or coping skills, that can help change a behavior or improve a condition. Both techniques aim to use the power of hypnosis to help people achieve their goals and enhance their well-being.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Integrating hypnosis with CBT can have many benefits for clients who are seeking to overcome various mental health or personal issues. Some of these benefits are:

  • It can make CBT more effective and faster by enhancing the client’s motivation, expectation, and attention to the therapeutic process.

  • It can help identify and change unconscious or automatic thoughts and behaviours that may be difficult to access or challenge with CBT alone.

  • It can help reduce stress, anxiety, pain, and other negative emotions by using relaxation, imagery, and suggestion techniques.

  • It can help increase the client’s self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-efficacy by using positive affirmations and coping skills.

  • It can help address the underlying causes of the problem, such as trauma, negative beliefs, or emotional conflicts, by using hypno-analysis and regression techniques.


By combining hypnosis and NLP, therapists can help clients overcome various issues such as phobias, anxiety, depression, addiction, low self-esteem, and more. Integrating hypnosis with NLP can also help clients enhance their skills, creativity, performance, and well-being.

My Approach

My approach to hypnotherapy is based on the principles and techniques of Milton Erickson, who was a pioneer of modern hypnosis and a master of communication. I believe that each person has a unique inner wisdom and potential that can be accessed and utilized through hypnosis. I use a subtle, respectful, and flexible method of hypnosis that adapts to the individual needs and preferences of each client. I do not use direct commands or rigid scripts, but rather indirect suggestions, metaphors, stories, and other hypnotic language patterns that invite the client to explore their own unconscious resources and solutions. I also pay attention to the client’s body language, tone of voice, and nonverbal cues, and use them to enhance rapport and influence. My goal is to help the client achieve their desired outcomes in a natural and effortless way.

"Each person is a unique individual. Hence, psychotherapy should be formulated to meet the uniqueness of the individual's needs, rather than tailoring the person to fit the Procrustean bed of a hypothetical theory of human behavior" -Milton H. Erickson


My Approach
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